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Eagle Hitch Drawbar

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Glenn F.

11-13-2013 15:07:17
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In the past we had two eagle hitch drawbars (for our 730 & 830), which were the cat's meow for lifting a heavily loaded manure spreader, etc. off the jack or blocks. Years of heavy use in abusive muddy conditions simply wore them out, (and we no longer even have a worn out one for a pattern).

Were these a CASE manufactured item, or were they just a well designed after market item? Ours were made on the same principle, but one was made of pipe & the other of flat stock.

As I think back I remember we had one of them modified to fit our 1200, and I just don't know what became of the other one.

I have been thinking lately how handy it would be to have one around the place to use on my VAC, SC, or DC in moving my big flat bed trailer, etc.

There...Give someone else a chance to speak Glenn!


Thanks.

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Adirondack case guy

11-14-2013 07:20:29
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 Re: Eagle Hitch Drawbar in reply to Glenn F., 11-13-2013 15:07:17  
I have one as described and pic., below, on my 300RN. I use it all the time.
I never saw a Case built hitch that didn't utilize the top link.
Loren



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KYCase511

11-13-2013 18:05:22
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 Re: Eagle Hitch Drawbar in reply to Glenn F., 11-13-2013 15:07:17  
http://www.saeliimplement.com

Great guy to deal with. I think he is on this forum.



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Case Nutty 1660

11-13-2013 17:32:24
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 Re: Eagle Hitch Drawbar in reply to Glenn F., 11-13-2013 15:07:17  

like this one?



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Glenn F.

11-13-2013 20:25:24
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 Re: Eagle Hitch Drawbar in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-13-2013 17:32:24  
No Tom, these were completely horizontal, having no contact with the 3rd point. They were a simple device wih a strong drawbar with a strong pin on each end to go in the eagle claws. The right side had an arm that went forward along the lift arm for about ten inches, ending in a U shaped open bracket which fomed its U shape around the right lift arm to prevent the drawbar from spinning on its two large end pins.

Word descriptions are so limiting. I'll have to John's sight. Maybe he's got what the I'm trying to describe.


Glenn F.

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John Saeli

11-14-2013 06:22:44
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 Re: Eagle Hitch Drawbar in reply to Glenn F., 11-13-2013 20:25:24  
Glenn: What we re-produced were identical to Tom's. I can't picture the one you describe, nor find it in the parts books. Could it have been an aftermarket?



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C. Amick

11-13-2013 16:59:09
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 Re: Eagle Hitch Drawbar in reply to Glenn F., 11-13-2013 15:07:17  
I think someone on here was making them. I remember seeing photos of new ones. Can't seem to find the old post.



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John Saeli

11-13-2013 18:02:14
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 Re: Eagle Hitch Drawbar in reply to C. Amick, 11-13-2013 16:59:09  
We made some using CASE prints. They are on our website: www.saeliimplement.com



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